Case Relay Camera Power SystemThe Case Relay Camera Power system works in sync with the Relay Camera Coupler, designed specifically for your camera. A Relay Camera Coupler is inserted directly into the camera battery port, then connected to the Case Relay CPS. The Case Relay connects directly to any standard 5V external battery, commonly known as a portable USB charger, widely available at most stores or via TetherTools.com. With Case Relay’s own secondary, internal 1200 mAh battery, if the photographer’s external battery pack runs low it’s easy to hot swap the external battery and not lose power to the camera. With the Rock Solid External Battery Pack (10,000 mAh) from Tether Tools, photographers will be able to shoot considerably longer than with a standard camera battery. A 10,000 mAh external battery will provide 3-10 times the power of most camera batteries, depending on the camera. That means that when you’re out on vacating, you won’t have to worry about carrying extra batteries with you or heading back to the hotel to charge a battery. The Case Relay Camera Power System is also more cost-effective than purchasing multiple proprietary camera batteries and is compatible with many Canon, Nikon, Sony, Panasonic, Fujifilm, Olympus, and Black Magic cameras and can be powered by any 5V USB power bank any 2.1+A USB Wall Adapter or any Dtap (VMount) battery system. It can also power any monitors and accessories that use the Sony NPFL Series batteries. Best of all, the external battery pack you bring along to power your camera is non-proprietary. You can power your camera with the same 5V external battery pack you use to charge your phone or tablet.
- Continually power your camera with USB battery packs
- Hot-swap batteries mid-shooting with no downtime
- No need to purchase multiple camera batteries
- More cost effective than purchasing multiple proprietary camera batteries
- Power sources are non-proprietary, so you can power your camera with the same 5V battery you use to charge phones or tablets
- Never need to charge camera batteries again